Rob Adler teaches you how to get out of your head and bring spontaneity, presence and play to TV and film scripts so well prepared performances look improvised. He is an actor, director, teacher and the founder of the AdlerImprov Studio in Hollywood, an on-camera coach for Lionsgate, Disney, FOX, NBC and ABC’s production companies, and a faculty member of the USC School of Dramatic Arts. He has also taught at CalArts, the Geffen Playhouse, American Music & Dramatic Academy, Boston University, Occidental College and internationally in Tokyo, Japan, Johannesburg, South Africa and Nassau in The Bahamas.
Ric Murphy has taught improvisational acting for nearly four decades. Ric taught acting for 13 years at the University of West Virginia and then for 25 years at DePaul University in Chicago, where he is now professor emeritus. His pupils include some all-star actors: John C. Reilly, Gillian Anderson, and Judy Greer.